Two reasons why the guideline for the training of young, gifted dressage horses differs slightly from average horses.
German master Christoph Hess explains how to become a great rider and build correct connection in dressage training.
Biomechanics expert Susanne von Dietze critiques Cristina Kayvon-Pierce at First Level.
Courtney King-Dye critiques Emme Johnston at Third Level.
Imagine pedaling a bike. Step down to the left each time your horse’s left hind leg leaves the ground and step down to the right each time your horse’s right hind leg leaves the ground. Be sure to keep your torso and seat steady and aligned over the horse’s spine.
Learn how your hip angle can affect your balance in the saddle.
Fran Kehr answers this reader question, explaining this combination of aids and what it achieves when performed correctly.
Learn the true meaning of the term "forward" and how to put it to use in your dressage training.
Finding balance is the secret to dressage.